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In Mark a similar state of affairs exists, although only two relevant papyri are involved: P45 again and the fourth century P88. P88 regularly supports D, as for example at 2:5, 22. But neither of these places is especially significant. At Matthew 9:2 D reads the present! Metzger's Commentary considers the perfect in Mark to have been introduced from the Lukan parallel (Luke 5:20). As far as uncials are concerned, only 0212 may be used but because this has a Diatessaronic text it is not clear if it is based on Mark 15:40, 42 or on the parallels in Matthew 27:56-7; Luke 23:49-51, 54 or John 19:38.

Keywords: Diatessaronic text; Mark; papyri



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